moving couches out of basement

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  1. Jun 17, 2019 #1

    qmqmqm

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    couch.jpg Hi there.

    Does anyone have experience moving a couch / love seat / chair set out of a basement? Do you disassemble it, and re-assemble it at the destination?

    Thanks.

    Paul
     
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    If they fit going in, intact, they'll fit goin out.
     
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    Not much you can disassemble on most couches. You can take the feet off the couch -- if its really tight getting the couch out, those extra couple of inches can be invaluable. If there is a handrail along the stars, that is commonly removed for more clearance. Of course, take the cushions off.
     
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    The buyer of the couches managed to get them out, with the legs and cushions removed. It was a tight fit but they did it :) Thanks for your responses!
     
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